Anderson Cooper saving a boy in Haiti during a shooting. A slab of concrete was dropped of the boys head.
Anderson fucking Cooper, everyone.
Some journalists like to be strictly observers. they don’t intervene, they don’t participate. they just document what they see, even if what they see is terrible. But the way I see it, journalists don’t exist in a vacuum. They are human beings, living and working in a very human environment. And that humanity is essential in relating to their stories. When you lose your humanity, you lose any kind of journalistic integrity you have left.
you can put this device on any surface and it will actually type. like. this is a hologram. a HOLOGRAM. I CAN TYPE WITH A HOLOGRAM NOW.
its sold by Brookstone and fucking damn it is the most fascinating thing i have seen in my life so far holy god
Wait wait wait is this like a you hook it up to a computer and type on the light and then words?
yup. simple bluetooth hookup and boom. you’re done. you can now type on your desk with a hologram to send texts, make notes, do literally anything a keyboard can do.
Woah. Woah. WOAH
It’s sold by ThinkGeek too! But it is quite expensive
every day we get closer to Tony Stark
please don’t think that a man is going to see you as the only attractive woman ever because you guys are in a relationship.
he better treat you like the finest, but he’s still going to see and appreciate other girls. it’s about how he deals with it, which reflects how much respect he has for you :)
Ever wonder what’s really going on inside your body? And not just that lame classroom skeleton or those creepy, albeit kind of cool, Bodies exhibitions. No, you want something that really gives a good picture of what’s happening inside your body as you’re moving around… or as something is moving around inside your body.
To give us a better idea of what that kind of stuff looks like, Vox compiled snippets of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans that show just what’s actually happening inside your body in some everyday (and some NSFW) moments.
Photographer Tom Hunter recreates classic paintings in modern, post industrial British settings.
Andrew Wyeth, Christina’s World, 1948, MoMA, NYC
Sir John Everett Millais, Ophelia, 1851 - 2, Tate, London
Johannes Vermeer, Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window, 1657 - 59, Gemäldegalerie, Dresden
Christina’s world is my favorite painting